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20th July 2021
Employment & Immigration Human Rights

Pay-discrimination claim against private employer possible under Temporary Agency Work Directive even where workers posted to an EU agency, AG Tanchev advises

AG Tanchev advised the Court of Justice recently to find in Manpower (C‑948/19) concerning alleged pay discrimination against temporary workers posted by an employer to an EU agency, in violation of the principle of equal treatment, that such inter-partes claim between private parties alleging pay discrimination involving the EIGE, and where it is an intervenor, is possible without the status of the EU agency having a bearing on the outcome of the case.

He observed that work for EU agencies is not excluded from the scope of the Temporary Agency Work Directive 2008/104; that the European Institute for Gender Equality does engage in economic activities; and that the administrative autonomy of the EIGE was not impacted where it is ag

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